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Sides - Singles, Demos, Alternate Versions & Unreleased Masters 1965-1974

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Come on iTunes!!! WHY would I want to buy a bunch of songs that have NO meaning to me behind them?!!! "I WILL ALWAYS THINK ABOUT YOU" and "THINGS I'D LIKE TO SAY" are the ONLY hits that these guys did...and you have ONE of them on here by JUNIOR??!!!!! You can do better than THIS iTunes!!!! There ARE some of us Oldies Lovers out here that SHOULD be just as important as the New Age listeners!!!!! If you are going to offer something by an Oldies LEAST have their two MAIN songs offered!!!!!!!

the singles

This band had a huge hit song..I WILL ALWAYS THINK ABOUT they have dozens of songs but this song is missing. There is a bad version of it by some band I never heard of . I see this pattern a lot at i Tunes

Where are the hits?

The version of their big 60's hit "I Will Always Think About You" that is on iTunes is horrible. Where's the original version? Also, their biggest hit, i.e., "Things I'd Like to Say" is nowhere to be found.


Formed: 1964 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s

Chicago's New Colony Six originally emerged as a tough, British Invasion-styled outfit prominently featuring Farfisa organ and a novel (at the time) Leslie guitar. Scoring a huge local hit with "I Confess," their early recordings -- exemplified by their 1966 debut album, Breakthrough -- featured first-class original material that gave the sound of Them and the Yardbirds a more commercial, American garage-based, vocal harmony approach. The rest of the '60s saw the band gradually abandoning its roots...
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